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+ - Libraries Release Most-Censored Books List->

Submitted by destinyland
destinyland (578448) writes "The American Library Association released this year's list of the most-frequently censored books. (Included in the top 10 are two best-selling novels — Twilight and The Hunger Games — as well as Aldous Huxley's Brave New World.) The annual list celebrates "the freedom to read and the importance of the First Amendment," according to the library association, highlighting "the benefits of free and open access to information while drawing attention to the harms of censorship..." And interestingly, 7 of the 10 most-censored books are now available on Amazon's Kindle — more than twice as many as last year."
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Censorship

+ - ACTA to be signed this Weekend-> 1

Submitted by bs0d3
bs0d3 (2439278) writes "Since US negotiators on ACTA were pushing for some of the toughest language on DRM, Internet disconnections, and more, they had to climb down in the face of international resistance and public pressure. The new ACTA light will be signed in Japan this comming weekend. The milder ACTA won't be treated like a treaty—which requires Senate ratification in the US—but like an "executive agreement" that cannot alter US law. The US is sending Ambassador Miriam Sapiro, the deputy US Trade Representative, to Tokyo this weekend to sign the final document"
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Microsoft

+ - Microsoft Pushes Tool to Enable Support TLS 1.1-> 1

Submitted by Oziriz
Oziriz (1431585) writes "Microsoft has relased a security advisory about the TLS/SSL attack developed by Juliano Rizzo and Thai Duong and also has made a FixIt tool available to help server administrators switch on support for newer versions of the protocol that aren't vulnerable to the attack.

The FixIt tool that Microsoft released will automatically enable support for TLS 1.1 in Internet Explorer and in Windows 7 or Windows Server 2008."

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Cloud

+ - Facebook Fixes Cookie Behavior After Logging Out

Submitted by Anonymous Coward
An anonymous reader writes "Over the weekend, self-proclaimed hacker Nik Cubrilovic accused Facebook of tracking its users even if they log out of the social network. The company responded by denying the claims and offering an explanation as to why its cookies behave the way they do. Now, Cubrilovic says Facebook has made changes to the logout process, and detailed what each cookie is responsible for."

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